LM(4) OpenBSD Programmer's Manual LM(4)NAMElm - National Semiconductor LM78/79/81 temperature, voltage, and fan
lm0 at isa? port 0x290
lm1 at isa? port 0x280
lm2 at isa? port 0x310
lm* at iic?
lm* at wbsio?
The lm driver provides support for the National Semiconductor LM78/79/81
hardware monitors and register compatible chips to be used with the
The original LM78 hardware monitor supports 11 sensors:
Sensor Units Typical Use
IN0 uV DC Core voltage
IN1 uV DC Unknown
IN2 uV DC +3.3V
IN3 uV DC +5V
IN4 uV DC +12V
IN5 uV DC -12V
IN6 uV DC -5V
Temp uK Motherboard Temperature
Fan0 RPM Fan
Fan1 RPM Chassis Fan
Fan2 RPM Fan
For other devices, sensors' names and numbers will be different.
Chips supported by the lm driver include:
- National Semiconductor LM78 and LM78-J
- National Semiconductor LM79
- National Semiconductor LM81
- Winbond W83627HF, W83627THF, W83637HF and W83697HF
- Winbond W83627DHG and W83627EHF
- Winbond W83781D, W83782D and W83783S
- Winbond W83791D, W83791SD and W83792D
- ASUS AS99127F
Some devices can attach to both iic(4) and isa(4); others can only attach
to either one or the other. If the lm driver detects a device attaching
to both iic(4) and isa(4), it will detach the device from iic(4).
SEE ALSOiic(4), isa(4), wbsio(4), sensorsd(8), sysctl(8)HISTORY
The lm driver first appeared in NetBSD 1.5; OpenBSD support was added in
The lm driver was written by Bill Squier and ported to OpenBSD 3.4 by
Alexander Yurchenko <email@example.com>. The driver was largely
rewritten for OpenBSD 3.9 by Mark Kettenis <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Some vendors connect these chips to non-standard thermal diodes and
resistors. This will result in bogus sensor values.
Interrupt support is unimplemented.
There are currently no known pnpbios IDs assigned to LM chips.
This driver attaches to the Winbond W83791SD chip even though that chip
does not have any sensors.
OpenBSD 4.9 September 19, 2010 OpenBSD 4.9